Habitat—On palms and orchids in hothouses, passim; on wattle, rarely, Christchurch.
Documents printed by order of the Senate, 1861, No. 96, passim.
Lurdan, Lurden (passim), a generic reproach and term of abuse; examples are numerous.
passim will be indicated the changes that have been made since.
See also Sonnets passim illustrating and explaining “my papers yellowed with their age,” “my muse,” “my verse.”
Letters of Baltimore to Wentworth in Strafford papers, passim.
Joan (passim), a generic name for an alewife, strumpet, and the like: see Doctour Double Ale and next entry.
For the original documents relative to this affair see Burleigh Papers by Haynes, passim.
passim denuntio, si judex essem me non minus severe in rabioso, istos impetus vindicaturum, quam rex suis edictis mandat.
See Napoléon et ses détracteurs, par le Prince Napoléon, p. 13, and passim.